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Sandia Man

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Posted: 01/05/21 09:22am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Although I have owned TTs, 5ers, and toyhaulers over the 3 decades of RVing, at this point I do want to have a magazine more specific to motorhomes. Secondly, too much fluff, hardly any articles worth reading, after ten minutes I was pretty much ready to toss it in the garbage. Won't renew when the time comes unless there is some changes to keep my interest, prior editions at least kept me interested for an hour or two at best.

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just thumbed through it and first impression...count me as not impressed and likely to request cancellation and a refund. but i will give it a more thorough read first.


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It's garbage so far needs a lot of improvement.


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why was my post deleted?

FloridaRosebud

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Bruce Brown wrote:

FloridaRosebud wrote:

Mr. Pinky wrote:

What does everyone think of the new RV magazine compared to the previous one (Motorhome)? I'm disappointed!


If you are speaking about the one now owned by Camping world, I'm not impressed either. It's now a "lifestyle" magazine, not an RV magazine with technical reviews and such.

Al


I'd agree with this.

It was very well done, just not my kind of magazine.


I probably should have said this in my post, as you are right. It's very well done, but not what I want to see.

Al

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Camping World is moving away from Motor Homes in most locations. They say they can move 16 Traielrs(and fifth wheels) in the time the MH sits on their lot eating up floor plan and lesser return.
We too am not interested in towables, one bit or the lifestyle of week end and holiday partying at the lake.

Two Jayhawks

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Posted: 01/06/21 09:00am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I liked it. In the later years the Motorhome magazine became a pamphlet more than a magazine. This one seems more ample. Frankly I like the lifestyle format & I'll continue to get it.


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Don't like the look or feel of it is it just me or is it difficult to read the words closes to the binding? What was there 8 pages dedicated to cooking, if Ii want a cooking mag that is what I will order one. Lots of the subject material is very vague and simple.


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I'm not impressed and won't renew unless the bring back the type of articles the old mag had. Not interested in TT. 5er's or how to make fish tacos.


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Rog & Nan

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Thumbs down from this household. Probably will not renew subscription. We are not full timers so all of this one was what to see and do. A lot of us are campers and have older units so we miss tech tips and how to repair our units whether it is a MH or trailer or pop up doesn’t matter cause our family has the gambit so we can’t be snobs we love them all and like to review the units. So unless it’s format changes, we’re done with it.


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